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Rock control in geomorphology. by Eiju Yatsu

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Published by Sozosha in Tokyo .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Rocks.,
  • Geology, Structural.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 135 p.
Number of Pages135
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14116996M

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OCLC Number: Notes: Developed from the author's lectures in geomorphology at the Louisiana State University in Description: viii, pages illustrations, maps (1 color) 23 cm. rock control theory is concerned with the influences of rock properties on the formation of land forms. The problem of rock control has been considered as a geomorphological concept for a very long time, and the writer believes it began with the start of geomorphology; therefore it is not a new concept. Almost 50 years have passed since the publication of Yatsu's "Rock control in geomorphology", a book that highlighted the importance of an understanding of the influence of rock properties on the formation of landforms. Unfortunately considerations of such issues have often been neglected in the study of the formation of sandstone by: 7. Almost 50 years have passed since the publication of Yatsu's “Rock control in geomorphology”, a book that highlighted the importance of an understanding of the influence of rock properties on the.

Yatsu, E. / ROCK CONTROL IN GEOMORPHOLOGY, Tokyo, , cl, pages plus index, - 2 -, $ 60 Zen, E-An / THE TACONIDE ZONE AND THE TACONIC OROGENY IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE NORTHERN APPALACHIAN OROGEN, GSA SP , Boulder, , pb, 72 pages, 13 figs., - 3 -, $ 20 End of the Geomorphology Catalog! Click on any link to continue. Rock control, the influence of rock properties on landform development, has for long been a relatively under-researched topic, but numerous techniques have been developed, especially by geotechnical engineers and stone conservationists that are now being applied to geomorphological issues by by: Rock control, the influence of rock properties on landform development, has for long been a relatively under-researched topic, but numerous techniques have been developed, especially by. 6 Cycle of Erosion Davis' theory is not entirely accurate, but revolutionary in its time, and helped modernize physical geography and create the field of geomorphology real world is not quite as orderly as Davis' cycles –most rivers show all stages of his model at once –He could not explain why “uplift”took place Geomorphic ProcessesFile Size: 4MB.

Abstract. Almost 50 years have passed since the publication of Yatsu\u27s \u22Rock control in geomorphology\u22, a book that highlighted the importance of an understanding of the influence of rock properties on the formation of : Robert W Young and Robert A Wray. Almost 50 years have passed since the publication of Yatsu's “Rock control in geomorphology”, a book that highlighted the importance of an understanding of the influence of rock properties on the formation of landforms. Unfortunately considerations of such issues have often been neglected in the study of the formation of sandstone landforms. Rock control in sandstone geomorphology: a tribute to Eiju Yatsu with some Australian examples Young, Robert W.; Wray, Robert A.L. p. A review of Danxia landforms in China.   The passive stress fields component in the modelled responses of rock, however, which introduces a history, (pre)conditioning or a so‐called ‘memory effects’ of the material properties and rheological behaviour has remained (mechanically) simplistic in geomorphology, as it includes only bulk processes and properties (Hart, ; Yatsu, ).Cited by: 1.